HRT, the Croatian broadcaster has revealed to esctoday.com that final Eurovision version of Mizerja the 2013 Croatian entry has been mixed in Eros Ramazzotti’s studio in Bologna.
The 2013 Croatian Eurovison entry has now got a brand new and more powerful sound after going through some finishing touches and mixing at the Bolognese BigStudio. Italian producer Luca Bignardi is behind the final version of Mizerja, he is a well known person in the Italian musical industry as he has been behind the mixing of songs by famous and well recognised Italian artists: Eros Ramazzotti, Laura Pausini; Andrea Bocelli etc. The recording of the new version was done betwen the 14-16 February.
The main idea behind this project has been to showcase authentic Croatian music and sounds to the European audience – Klapa singing, but with a more European sound and influence. The Italian producer was the best solution as he understands our Mediterranean spirit, says Nikša Bratoš, producer of Mižerja. He goes on to add – I’m very satisfied with the final sound of the song. We’ve got that big sound the sound of the powerful orchestra and the most important – powerful vocals.
Super Klapa in the Bologna Studio
Emilija Kokić (Riva- Yugoslavian 1988) supports Super Klapa
The 2013 Croatian entry will be presented officially during a press coference on Wednesday 27 February.
Croatia debuted at the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest with Put’s Don’t ever cry. The country is yet to win the contest and their best placing at Europe’s favourite television show was in 1996 with Majda Blagdan and in 1999 with Doris Dragovic, achieving a 4th placing.
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